Spain, Spain, Spain! Europeans have been enjoying Spain's treasures for decades, and in recent years Americans have begun to catch on to fantastic destinations like the Costa Blanca and Mallorca. And with flights in Europe as low as they've ever been, traveling to Spain is even more affordable.
Ventura, CA (PRWEB) July 8, 2006
For over a decade now, Americans have been flocking to villas in Italy and France to enjoy authentic, cross-cultural vacations that become memories of a lifetime. Today, potential villa renters are booking a year or more in advance to secure the villas and apartments they covet.
But potential renters who jump straight for Italy and France may be overlooking one of the best spots in Europe. What have they missed? Suzanne Pidduck, founder of Rentvillas.com, supplies the answer: "Spain, Spain, Spain! Europeans have been enjoying Spain's treasures for decades, and in recent years Americans have begun to catch on to fantastic destinations like the Costa Blanca and Mallorca. And with flights in Europe as low as they've ever been, traveling to Spain is even more affordable."
Overflowing with architecture, history, and unique culture, Spanish holiday destinations like Barcelona and Andalucía have just as much to offer (if not more) than their counterparts in France and Italy. But the real gems of Spain are to be found along its glorious Mediterranean coastline, with beachfront destinations like the Costa Blanca and the island of Mallorca rivaling even the ever-popular Cote d'Azure.
Connecting travelers with villas in Europe since 1984, Rentvillas.com remains on the front lines of the business, offering a slew of fantastic new villa rentals in Spain. Here is just a brief cross-section of the Spain villas and apartments appearing on their site:
Estepona - La Palmera (Andalucia, sleeps 4): This apartment in a Spanish villa has a pool and is within walking distance of the beach and restaurants. It enjoys gorgeous views and an excellent location near an authentic Spanish town, founded 500 years ago. Narrow winding streets, a small covered market, and local shops create an amazing local character.
Villa Alcudia (Mallorca, sleeps 14): Just 500 meters from an ancient walled village, this Spanish island villa rental is the perfect retreat for a group, offering opportunities for shopping and historic exploration in addition to the usual island beach bumming!
Villa Verano (Costa Blanca, sleeps 6): Oceans, vistas and pools, oh my! Barbeque, sunbathe, and swim to your hearts' content at this vacation villa on the Costa Blanca, Spain's most incredible coast. You can also drive into nearby Javea to experience Spanish Mediterranean dining, beachfront shopping, historic theme parks, and more.
Gothic Quarter 2 (Barcelona, sleeps 2): The area surrounding this apartment in Barcelona is a maze of narrow, cobblestone streets in the heart of Barcelona's medieval center. Relax in this comfortable, stylish apartment after a day exploring this ancient city.
Whether visitors to Spain find their ideal spot in the bustling historic hub of Barcelona, along the sunny beaches of the Costa Blanca, or on a Spanish island paradise like Mallorca, they're sure to be charmed. After all, with days drenched with sunlight on hot sand, warm nights filled with spicy Spanish flair, and beaches stretching as far as the eye can see... who wouldn't be enchanted?
Rentvillas.com has been in the business of renting apartments, villas, farmhouses, cottages, and castles since 1984. At Rentvillas.com, future villa renters avoid unexpected "surprises" and learn what to look forward to by reading renter reviews or asking customers directly. Experienced Travel Advisors are available by phone to help customers through the entire villa rental process, making renting a dream villa simple, reliable, and worry-free.
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